Women At War

A recollection of World War II by the women who were involved

By Pam Schweitzer

Women at work is a recollection of World War II by the women who were involved.

Dorothy Barton narrates her experience in the Land Army, Lil Murrell talks abou her work in a box factory and Margaret Kippin tells us how she drew telephone lines and worked in a factory.

Ellen Clark talks about her work in a munitions factory; Phylis Myers worked in a farm, where she received Queen Mary's visit; Flo Batley was an evacuated mum; and Laura Murphy talks about being pregnant and giving birth during the war.

Edie McHardie worked at a bombing station: Margaret Phair was an auxiliary nurse and Kit O'Connell worked in the Land Army milking cows.

This page was added by Pam Schweitzer on 10/03/2014.

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